Any amount gratefully
Good karma will come to you!
While I may enhance a photo
to sharpen the contrast or brighten the color to optimize it
for the web, these photos are of Florida nature in a pristine
condition. I do not edit out trash or billboards or power lines...because
they aren't there. Sometimes we see a piece of trash that has
blown out of a boat and we go out of our way to pick it up, but
mostly the people who visit the marsh treat it with respect.
Those who don't are encouraged
to take their nasty selves elsewhere.
Hi! Welcome to the MarshBunny
your MarshBunny, Peb - and these
are my notes about the plants, animals, weather and
water of the St. Johns River marshlands.
St. Johns river begins in the broad marshlands just south
of my area in Central Florida.
river flows very slowly for 310 miles North to Jacksonville,
where it empties into the ocean. Come with me and
my friend Judy and explore the waterways and marshlands
while staying safely out of the reach of alligators
... learn about the Deep South without
ever stepping on a snake ... see
beautiful birds and lush landscapes with no
exposure to poison ivy or chigger bites ... stroll
thru a garden that never needs weeding - and
the ants live in someone elses yard!